Student Government Association


Welcome to the Central Connecticut State University Student Government Association website. Here, you will find information concerning the SGA including news, agendas & minutes, senator & officer biographies, information about our committees and much more. Navigating our website is easiest using the menu bar on the left.  Thanks for visiting us online. To visit us in person stop by the Student Center, room 211, located on the 2nd floor, directly above the info desk.

News and Upcoming Events

2014 Club Base Budget Allocations

The 2014-2015 Club Base Budget Allocations are now available. To see what your club has been allocated please click here or visit the SGA Documents Page on TheLink. You will be able to find it under, 2014-15 Club Base Budget Allocations.

If you have any questions regarding your base budget please email the Finance Committee or SGA Treasurer, Kory Mills at


2014 Spring Senate Elections

The following students are running for Senate Elections on April 8, 9, & 10.

SGA Commuter Senator - (16 Seats Available)

Voter Eligibility: Full-Time Undergraduate Non-Resident Students

Emily Cahill

Paul Chowaniec

David deHaas

Roberto DiBacco

Jessica Frey

Emily Gregonis

Justin Gryk

Alex Kitchener

Antonio La Rosa

Alex Lee

Spencer Perry

Joseph Rapisarda

Alexander Rodriguez

Kyle Rongey

Sam Wolf



SGA At-Large Senator - (6 Seats Available)

Voter Eligiblity: Full-Time or Part Time Undergraduate Resident and Non-Resident Students

Delaney Cassidy - 

Teige Christiano

Lauren Hudobenko

Conner Fallanca

Nicholas Leahey

Amber Pietrycha



SGA Resident Senator - (8 Seats Available)

Voter Eligibility: Full-Time Undergraduate Resident Students

Wyatt Bosworth

Edward Corey

Nick Gross

Rebecca Hubbard

Jaimie Leasure

Salam Measho

Joni Moody

Dean Ott

Eric Ott



Foundations Representative - (1 Seat Available) 

Voter Eligablity: Full Time Undergraduate Resident and Non-Resident Students

Emily Cahill

Brian Choplick


2014 Spring E-Board Election Results

 ... and the winners of the 2014 CCSU Student Government Spring E-Board Elections are:

(The Winners are Bolded and Underlined)


President: Voters 487




Simms Sonet



Alexander Lee



David deHaas



No Vote






Vice President: Voters 487




Caroline Fox



Amber Pietrycha



Lauren Hudobenko



No Vote





Treasurer: Voters 487




Kory Mills



No Vote





2013-2014 Club Base Budget Allocations

A list of all 2013-2014 Base Budget allocations is now available and can be found by clicking here, by logging on to Collegiatelink or under the Finance Committee Page. If there are any questons regarding the base budget allocations for the upcoming year please contact the Finance Committee at

University and Faculty Committees

Click here for a copy of the most recently updated date list of students representing the SGA on University and Faculty Committees.  If you're interested in serving on a committee which does not already have representation, contact President Choplick at 

About the SGA

The Student Government Association is for everyone who would like to help make CCSU the best it can be. The full-time undergraduate students of CCSU make up the membership of the SGA. The SGA Senate is the representative body of the SGA. Its members, the executive officers and senators of the SGA, are democratically elected by the undergraduate students of CCSU. The SGA senate is responsible for acting as the voice of the students; we handle their concerns, needs and celebrations.

The SGA Senate is also responsible for promoting student participation in the various projects, committees and organizations at the university, state, and national level that help shape the university and education in Connecticut.

The SGA Senate allocates the SGA portion of the Student Activity Fund that is paid by all full-time undergraduate students. The Student Activity Fund is used to promote and fund student clubs, activities, services and forums for the benefit of the students and their educational opportunities.

If you would like to get involved or would just like more information, contact the SGA at 860-832-3740, or via email at, or visit the office in Room 211 in the Student Center.

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Come visit our office in the Student Center Room 211, located upstairs directly above the Information Desk.